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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 June 1871

54 YBBY WEDNESDAY WHOIN0(9 - eat s 46 s Thok ., H noken M lIors alldPrtoplotors. Atcigmn,~ 14)4by a at the expiration of -a e- -ro---r--- o" WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7, 1871. -No. 23 N s Ad, 41id Joint , 4089lutions Pawsd by the Legisaturm-BoWson 1870 and [9FF1CIAL.) ACT TO GRANT, RENEW AND AMAND THE CIIARTER OF CERTAIN TOWNS AND VILLAGEs THEREIN ENTIONBD. 8 OTION 1. Be it enacted by the A'enate and House of Representatives -fthe State of South Carolina, noto t nd sitting in General Assemby, ' a4d by the authority of the 8ane: VILLAGE OF ST. STEIENS. Thqit Arom and after the passage of- th Act, all citizens of this 8tte, having resided t w e I v o tonths withim the State and six. VY days In the village o St. Sto. phons, shall bo deemed, and aro horeby declared to be, a body poli. tic and corporate; and the said *illage shall be called and known by the name of St. Stephons, and its corporate limits shall extend throo-fourths of a mile in each di rection from the Depot of the Vortheast...

Publication Title: Newberry Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 June 1871

dednoday, June 7, 1871. Sp5rtanbarg Items. Tho SpArt-oays, MinniA RT, a lth girl elevOij ye*rS of age, fe4 from the seconel story piazzt of the WaflkerToose, id OrIdayo t6th ult., and fortanately re eeired no other injqry than a few brti Aes, everal sld!ier, of the g.irrizon ,tq ti!ied t -SpArtanbure, having serv-l their terni of enmistinent, were 'li. Oharged lnst week. - SeveaLwho had not gerved their time, dkcharged them,elves by running away. Tie wheit crop is better than at first anticipatel, and haiveAt has comme nced. 1rtly's Glimpses of Toxas. We are indebted to Mr. E. 1. Ctth Ing, Houmton, Te.an, for a copy of a pamnphlt; coitaiving one hundred p-tg-a of highly interesting mitter, entitled as above. The constant demand for infor. wation relative ti the soil, climate, pro duct, price of lands, &c., in Texqs, hns prompted the preparaton and publication of. thi* book, and the author has happily suceoeded In answering all the qiestions wbieb have been, or may bp, asked, in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 June 1871

MAYES & MARTIN. R-es&qttW, Col%mbia & Augusta ,. R. IT SUEEiNTENDENT S OFFICE. CoL:ziA. s. C., June 1. 1871. 3N zid after SUNDAY, June 4. the Pas trains over this Road will run as follows: - : GOMsG Noatit. Train No. 1. Train No. 2. 1 ve -.d.uqt........'...3.156A.31. Go00r. m. e Columbia.....8 25 A. 3. 11.00 P1. . . rrii.Charlotte,.. 3.00 P. 31. 5. 0- A. M. GOING SOUT9. oe.........7 A. M. 8.00 P. 16. nbia.........230 P. 31. 2.2 A. M. . .-....7.50P. M. 7.30 A .M. -P - 'daily. No. 2 Traiu daily, Sundays Wr. oth trains make close connection to ntsorMth. South and West. No 1 Train cloe connection at Ri chmoud for Virgin 2; wbr ckej-sold, and Daggage checked to all p4ncil points. - E. P. ALEXANDER. Sup't. E:-. DonszY, General Frght and Ticket e.. June 7. fMI f - Los4, lHw Rested. Just published. a new Cdi t i on of Dr. Calverwell's Celebrated Essay on t he radical cure (without medicine) of Sperma torrhoe-. or Semin.il Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotency, Mental a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 7 June 1871

THE OLD BOOKKEEPER. It was an ancient bookkeeper, And he was tall and slim; Tho' his face was mild he rarely smiled, His clothes were dark and prim; And. everything about his desk He kept exceeding trim. He always hung his hat and coat Upon the self-same book., And laid his ruler, pens and ink In their respective nooks; And the only exercise he had Was footing up his books. Each day upon the self-same hour He took his lofty seat, And bent his body and his mind His labor to complete, And blots were neither on his fame 'Nor on his ledger sheet. The music of his pen was heard From mor till eventide; Up golumns vast his eyes were cast, Then down again with pride; Quite pleased was he tho' he saw his work Increased and multiplied. The cash that o'er his fingera came Each day was something grand, Az,d yet no scheme to bear it off By him was ever planned - Although you saw with half an eye That he wrote a sloping hand. He bad no wife, he made no friend., Hisijovs and cares were few; And hi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 June 1871

- ~ADVERTISINC -RATES. T HE H E RA LD, ~ IS ?ULlSUD . . -mE5r sqar ine-o ss- issiisertiou,at EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING, - Noices orme1as,oiiesi *)~7 ~ '- of respect,-same rates per~qum as ordina:~ At Newberry C; - adverisements. By Tho. P. & R. He .&eietrktn,e. Aertsemedsfs)b ~ z tra Maked witk be-d Editors and Proprietors. a a r g Invaribly in Advaum %= -aes, wit mliberaU deuofso aoe2t it."he-"" Vol vI WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 14, 187L No. 24. Nbne willNeass and Disatcr, X =a& denota =&Ttir of subC Acts and Joint Resolutions Pased by the Legislatre-Sesio 1870 and MsL [OFFICIAL.] (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.) AN ACT TO GRANT, RENEW AND AMEND THE CHARTER OF CERTAIN TOWNS AND VILLAGES THEREIN MENTIONED. TOWN OF WRIGHTSVILLE. SEC. 37. And be it further enacted, Phat all persons citizens of the United States, who now own, or inay hereafterown.dwelling houses in the vtillage of Wrightsville, and those who may occupy such dwel lng houses, under lease, shall be deemed, and are h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 June 1871

A 'B2d. S. g f e-idiy, Jane14I8 . Ve acknowledge an invitation to at en.d Ae-tiuaJcelcbration of the Clari, opic S,ciety, of the Unirersity of South Carolina, which i. . to tnke place on'Wednesday Evening, June 28th inst. The Town of Newberry. Newberry is a wide awake and regular go-head place. It does more business and better business than any place in the 0p-cointry, never failing to satisfy the deminds of the public in every particular. Laurensville Ilerald. Goverror Scott, of South Carolina, testified before the Ku Klux Committee, en the 6th. He said he knew of no Ku _Xlur in his part of the State, but be ied such organization did exist in some counties, their obiject being to in timidate voters in 1872. Study Self-Control. The Lynchburg News gives utterance to the following: "Let every Southern man bear in mind that the object of the Ku Klux bill is, by provoking South em violence, to keep out the Presiden ial v*te of the South in 1872. If Grant caa find a pretext, he will do i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 June 1871

ANlT4 ffYR0PIfOS -tALISAYA BARK, THIS Preparation combines he virtues o abeadpermanent form.-i Such a combination bas long been a desid g"t hae been unable to bear these r'i Titense bitterness of the Calisaya and tt Aid thereby counteracting in a great meast consummation so desirable, Physiciaus may fieae remedies have been in no way compro to the stomach, and invigorating to the svst -m. es of Dyspepsia, Nervous Prostration, Lo FANT'S COMI Karsaparilla, QIu THIS preparation will purify the Blood, a fases, via: Rheumatism, Scrofula, Erysipela and Swellings of the Bones, Tetter, Pimples Eruptions, Neuralgic Affections, and will als eliminating it from the System. DR. S. F. FAN' FLUID EXTRA.1 FOR Incontinence of Urine, Irritation, I: -gidneys, Diseases of the Prostrate Gland, St biseases of the Bladder and Kidneys, I gut * strength. Dr. FAINT'S L) OPERATES chiefly on the intestinal canal eeretions and excretions. It is by no mean and improving the whole assimilative procee tngement of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 14 June 1871

THE LOST FRIEND. The night':s gone, day followeth after night, t Be thou my day-I folded in thy light; Love to love answers, where thy suile my he: Wilt thou not smile on me? Lo, far In beaven the orb of day is hung, And with sweet sounds the leaves by ze' phyrs swung, Leaf unto leaf replies; bee hums to bee: Wilt thou not talk with me? The pine trees, crooni2g low, ding odors sweet; The brook leatps by, some brighter brook to meet Bloo-n to bloom answers, fLirer grows the 1 - lea: Wilt thou not come with me? What of the night? Night calleth for the stars; The lilies sleep beneath the moonbeams bars; Star to star answers: I call thee to be Moonbeam and star to me. And wh-tt of song? The wind-harp swept at night, One soul enchanted by some stiange de li,-ht So sweet, so glad, so pure, as song may be: Be thou a song to me. Prince of the storm. fling out your banners gray, Lock out the stars that mock my lonely way; Yet not one fear, if I ma% wait by thee: Couldst thou not wait with me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 June 1871

S4 IE HERALD ADTER IAEB, IS PUB3,ISlIE D -8 5&ERY WEDNESDAY MOMtNING, --cTmai bv r Notices ofieii6, obitaares and trbpte At Newberry C. H., ofrec a rats geqaare as ordie hos. P. & R. H. Geneker, p i Editors and Proprietors. d t e a Tfg, and charged accordingly. lumrlably in Advance. C wr iealdcin naoert 3?,T= Is stpe at the expiration of - N -TI -I $ # XMark -de.otes..x,iration.of,s. VOL. V IWE N SDAY MORNINLG, JUNE 1 81 o 5 aMrnmd d am and. Joint Resolutions Pi b U egisure-smein 1870 and [OFFICIAL. -1(*eNTIN U ED PROM LAST WEEK.) AN ACT TO GRANT, RENEW AND AM1LD THE CHARTER OF CERTAIN TOWNS AND VILLAGES THEREIN XWTIONED. TOWN OF WILLISTON. Sw. 61. And be it further enacted, That the charter of the town of Williston, in thc County of Barn well, be, and the same is hereby, renewed and extended for the term of fourteen years from the date of the passage of this Act. TOWN OF GRAHAM'S. SEc. 62. And be it further en 2cted, That all persons, citizens of the Stae of South Carolina,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 June 1871

B~w1EER &. C. I 1dnesday, June 21, 8 . Vgy Club. We acknowledge receipt of invitation to attend the annual celebration of ye Ugly Club, of the South Carolina Uni versltp.o the 27th inst., T. 11asell Gibbes orator of the occasior. The Year of Battles. This accurate~and reliable wotk-a com plete history of the war beta een France and Germany, by L. P. Brockett,. M. D., ele gantly illustrated and printed on sixty pound.tte4 -paper, is said to have a. la-ge demand. Address H. S. Goodspced & Co., X7 Paik Roe, New York, or 148 Lake St., i.hicago. Price: Octavo, cloth, gilt title, $2.00; octavo, leather, gilt title, $2.50. Wahington and Lee University. We have received, with the compli ments of tz;e young gentlen. .n from this pllace -Mssrs. Frederick Werber, Jr., and John S Fair-who are pursuing their studies at the above University, catalogues of session of 1870-71. Whilst the main features 6r simple college or gawzacion, life, discipline, zest and cmu lation are preserved intact...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 June 1871

ige ga usta L . SUPEtINTSEDEN'S 6FCE. - CoL.tnrara.-S. ., utie8. 187l. ON and after SUNDAY, June 11. tfw Pas rger raias over this Read will run as follows: GOtNG 'NaaTR. Train No. 1. Train No.2. ALv* .. . 6 00 '. bf. sAW _! A.b Itf .9 .7.4' k. M. 8.O0 . M. Cof*M ...:... 2.8D . X. 2.2 . - :fle Ausb ::....7.50 P: If. 7.2a& 31. No. 1 Trift d: Nio 2.1ralhI iy, 4 V tsNorth. South and West. 2o.1 Trafti close connection at Richmond Ebr Virgin Tickets sld, and Baggage checked to Suma TL*Washi_-n Ctt Timne. 7P. AENM ER.up't. - .1E2. R.~Dozsr, teneral Freight and Ticket Agen. June 21. sale of Yalnable Real Estate in the Town of Newberry. Mayes "ain-and others, In Common t Pleas Bankjf tr,S. C. Newberry,S.C 'TN oedieik toqjtnorder passed by the *residiag Ju_-.t Ote Seventh Circuit at Vhawbers, 0 6th - May, 1871, in the aboie stated i 1 'ssll at Newberrv, .&C., oz.he14NOYAY in JULY NEXT. ft 11 O'CLOGK,a. V., all that lot of land on which the Banking Housc of the Bank of Newberry, S. C.,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 21 June 1871

A :CU LD'S,PRAYE:JR. "r. oeii ny tired hand, Gng up the gloomy tars, AndjieSe, you-eve the room, ai Iy-my little prayers. " fee that you are near risns candle-light, Fifudkthe-Fathbr dear ait 'aisir through the nig;ht. ] 1tug a*-4he angels bit SOPAeu world abore to come, abes. of fadeless white, J164 so-gard our little home. ";beq will watch beside my bed T kl omy night is gone, A umnother with a ki-, Comes to wake me at the dawn. In the co, quLet eoom, tre rhe motber), darling slept, Dtker tan the midnight &1oo"x gelify a shadow ceept. "Angels watched around the bed, Aisgela heard the little prayers; n'the'Swer hild her hand pinr# the atairS"' A Dead Hero. Martin Cooney-is the name of a hov who, deep down in the horrid depths-df the Pittston mine, per t' f &a21eed of -heroic self-eacri fiee which shames-into insignifi canee the actions by which many happier men have climbed fame and Jioaor. Cooney and a com - NAWP.- stood at the bottom of the shal as the ear was about to do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 June 1871

THE HERALD clm .icrieez e ec~ naor EVERY WEDNESDAY MOlSING, I oA . At Ncwberry C. H.d m By Thos. F. & R. H. Grencker, in Editors and Propric'tors. _ r fisrin ilb eti ilfri TEkd char$ed accordi.gly, Invariably in Advar.ce.-e - TI.p~aper is' stopped at the expiration of t=ce for whicli it is paid. ~1 1 . Vol.V I WEDJNESDAY M R I G JUNE 28 1871. No. 26.i thetesadDipt. LIP The,o mark denotes expiration of sub- V . WIEYR N , $E cription.e s est D Acts and Joint Resolutions Passed by the Legislature-Session 1870 and 1871. [OFFICIAL.] (CONCLUDED FRO31 LAST WEEK.) AN ACT TO GRANT, RENEW AND A.IEND THE CHARTER OF rERTAIN TOWNS AND VILLAGES THEREIN MENTIONED. TOWN OF ORANGEBURG. SEC. 88. That an Act entitled "'An Act to incorporate the towu -of Orangeburg," approved on the seventeenth day of December, A. D. 1836, be, and the same is here by, altered and amerded as fol lows: That from and after the passage of this Act, all and every person or persons, who shall have resided within the corp...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 June 1871

dededay, June 28, 18I. 'ue Wat Female College. A cstalogue .f this deserving institu tion has been sent us, and we are pleased to say that it exhibits a degree of pros petity and advancement grateful ito its friends and supporters. In the death of Dr. Grier, its President, Dr. Bonner, has lost a faithful coadjtor, an,l the College, an accomplished officer. It numbers on its.roll the natres of 117 young ladies, fr9m.all parts ef this State, as well as from other States. The commencement exercises will take place on the 13th of July. The anniversary address before the Adelian Society will be delivered by Prof. J. H. Carlisle, of Wofford Col lege, and the Alumnae Essay will be read byAiss M- Lois Grier, of Due West. -vacainites in County Offices. In answer to-;a- communication ad dressed to the 'Attoiiey-General,. by ~t:Scotaso 'his right and duty to fll. -tacancies in the interim between their occurrence and the ensuing elec tion, 11r. Chamberlain says: As to the office of Sheriff, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 June 1871

A-,000 TO BE-DI TICKET-f - IN~ P.LU011 CO-OPERITIVE Q T HE folowin PROPEEY and CASE will bN VMa and CSh , in trust I tie to the real estate has been plcdin the hands< will examine the same and gie true warranty dee rst ize is theTemperance Hall, now ocec rance. The lot is 25 feet front on Main street, by 2 two stories high. It is now leased for three years t valued at........................ ...... Seoud Prize-Lot adjoining Roe's Hotel. 44 feet f Third Prize-Lot adjacent to above, 25% feet front 1 Cash Prize ............ .... 2 Cash Prizes, $100 each. ............. 4 Cash Prizes. at 50 each........ ............ 1M Cash Prizes, at $10 each.. ................... 120 Prizes................................... 2,0O0Tickets, at $10 each.......... Tickets may be had of the General Agent, Dr. E. Music Store of Messrs. LYBRAND & SON, Messrs. D. C. PEIXOTTO & SON. The' following gentlemen have consented to supe 2er and Henry E. Scot, in connection with a comr the day of drawing. As...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 28 June 1871

T"., za,:i Sr mirc.-The HIon. Prnny Wi:-:, Ministvr to E,.uador, is -the: gentle:r3n to whom the credit be -to g4 for introducing the "Cunduranpo" root~or w6od a<: a cancer and scrofula speci c. .Ve.oly trust.,for the sake of humasity; that ilaly proveag successful ashe representsit to be. In a recent letter he say< that the condition of roads be tq1eigit'oidd Koja, and the difculty of transporting it to thecoast, will fur a time interfi-re with its exportation in large quintities. but that it will shortly be opened up to the co:nmerce of the -world. Tnfurmation ti; regard to this new med icind conies in such approved form as to entitle it to careful experimnrt, and as the Navy Department has already re ceived a 'e- samples, it would be well for some of the medical gentlemen of -this city to make application for a speci men with a view of testing its efficacy. If all that is claimed for it proves true, .tedial science wi*, certainly be en ricbed- beyond estimation.-Columbin Ph...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 July 1871

.. THE HERALD, 15 PUBLIBnHED* ADVERTISINC RATES. -HVERY WEDNESDAY MORINING, Nt~a~ etmR btais~4tiUc At Newberry C. ff.,li goiInte.u ceielm 1 et Additoerent innrte Ptrtpriaeeof$1s. coun advortsentet ten por cent on ldva.. NotIe I teeitga perituaries#dtbte o ea ce satn ratesprsur as ordFinaI S il nte Advertisem ents not m arked with th. eim - E d it o s a r d P r p r l o o r s .- b e r o f in s r i o n s w ill b e0 k e p t i n t ill f o r b)I . t atd charged accordingly. 7Tt ho I nari:aoped at the expiration of -prdg tinheife, e.,,,aI,0I. p.id . Vol. V ~I. WEIDNEiSD)AiY MO N1 G JULY 5, 187~1. No.(~ 27. ne wt" NOhns Disateb, nrlptlon. Terms C ash1 . BRAVE KATE. The year 1781 was a dark and Aloomy one for our forefathers, who wore then struggling for lib erty. In South Carolina affairs \voro then in a critical situation. General Greene made an unsuc cessful attack on the Bristmh post of Ninety-Six, and withdrew his mon beyonI the Tiger and Broad Rivers. Lord Rawdon followed him, but coul...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 July 1871

' ednesday' July 5, 1871, In consetq-ience of the length of our S;Yrtainburg euon this we,k, much of thc uswa variety ia rews and editorial has had to be omitted, yet we hope our numerous readers will not find the one tiresomely long, or miss the absence of the other. With their persuission, too, we % ill give them an occasional jotting down of things abroad, picked up on the wayside, and in any other way, as we find it neces.,ary for the recuperation of health and wasted energie., to relinquish for brief spaces the aetive duties of the office, and seck relief in short trips hith or and thither. We shall endeavor to make our communicatins as spicy and pointed as pos-ible. The . . Investigation. We have had the pleasure of conver sing sith several gentlemen jately re turned from Washington, whence they had been summ~oned t give their evi dence as to affairs-dwn South, and from what 'we -learh- it was a decided stroke agains h l policy, which was evidentlyto suppress the truth and hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 July 1871

RR. R. RAIDWAYS READY RELIEF CURES THE WORST PAINS IN FROX ONE TO TWENTY XINUTES. NOT ONE HOUR after reading this advertisement need any one SUFFER WI'H PAIN EADWAY'S -READY RELIEF IS A CURE FOR EVERY PAIN. It was the first and is THE ONLY PAIN REXEDY that instantly stops the most excruciating pain s, allays Inflammtions, and cures Congestions, whether of the Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or other glands or organs. by one aptlication. IN FROM ONE TO TW "NTY MINUTES, no matter how vio'ent or excruciating the pain the RHEUMA tIC, Red-ridden, Infirm. Crippled, Nervocs. Neuralgic, or prostrated with diseate may suffer. . RADWAY'S READY RELIEF WILL AFFORD INSTANf EASE. INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. . INFLAMMAION OF THE BLADDER. INFLAMMATION OF THE BOWELS. CONGESTION OF T1E LUNGS. SORE TIROA f. DIFFICULT BREATHING. PALPIrATION, OF THE HEART. HYSTERICS. CN;OUP. DIPrHERIA. - - .: CATARRU, INFLUENZA. HEADACHE, TOyTHACHE. - NEURALGIA, RHEUMATISM. COLD CHILLS, AGUE CHILLS. The application of the Read...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Newberry herald. — 5 July 1871

A Woman's Answer to a Man's Question. Do you know you have asked for the cos liest thiog Ever made y the hand above? A woman's he(irt and a woman's life And woman's wondrous love? Do you know you have asked for the priec less thiAg, As a child might ask for a toy? Dernmnding %hat others have died to win, With t4e rcckles dash of a boy? You have written my lesson of duty out Man-like have you questioned me _Now said at the har of my woman'ssoul C,Itil I shall question thee. You require your mutton shall always be hot, Your socks and your shirts be whole: I requ;re your heart to be true as God's stars, And as pure as Iis heaven your soul. You require a cook for your mutton and beef; I require a far greater thing: A seamstress you're wanting for socks and for shirts, I look for a man and a king. A king for the beauttiful world called home, And a man that the maker-God Shall look upon as he did on the first, And siy "It is very good." I am fair and young, but the roses ill, fade From my...

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